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September 30, 1933

Medical State Board Examinations: Topical Summaries and Answers. An Organized Review of Actual Questions Given in Medical Licensing Examinations Throughout the United States.

JAMA. 1933;101(14):1100-1101. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740390058033

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Abstract

This book is unique of its kind and is different from others of a similar title. The author shows himself thoroughly familiar with the problems of the medical student when he approaches a licensing board for his right to practice. The advice given to candidates in the foreword is not only sound but if read with understanding and appreciation before taking the examination will be of more help and value to the candidate than will the hasty perusal of the text in the hope of finding categorical answers to stereotyped questions. The text is a clear and concise presentation of the subject, which is handled in a manner that will convey to a reader an understanding such as will enable him to answer intelligently almost any question pertaining to it. There are twelve chapters, each dealing with one of the subdivisions of general medicine on which questions are usually asked

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